Since British indie rock four-piece Pale Waves originated in 2014, they have gone from strength to strength in the industry, touring with notable acts like The 1975 and Muse and performing at various festivals such as Reading & Leeds.
Maryland natives, All Time Low are arguably one of the biggest pop-punk bands in the world. Known for their catchy hooks, relatable lyrics, and staggering live shows, this energetic foursome are back and ready to rock with their brand new single!
Pale Waves have become one of the biggest names in indie pop/alternative rock. The sound of the work they have put out before Who Am I? has held a dreamy, indie sound. Who Am I? has changed this as it carries a much poppier tune.
Pale Waves has made a name for themselves as an essential alternative artist, touring with The 1975, Muse, and The Cure. They’ve become known for a dreamy, melancholy alternative rock sound; however, the band is taking a new direction with their upcoming album Who Am I?
The “Godfather of the small festival scene”, Truck Festival began in 1998 and 20 years later it’s still going strong. Started to combat the “commercial” and “predictable” ways of festivals like Glastonbury, Truck has managed to evolve to become a go-to for all kinds of music fans.
Summer is just getting started and festival season is well underway! Sunday, July 1 will bring Community Festival to Finsbury Park in London, boasting an incredible line-up that’s bigger and better than it’s ever been before.
Community Festival will take over Finsbury Park in London on July 1 and in preparation, we’ve put together the ultimate playlist to get you in the mood. Featuring every band on the line-up, across both the Main Stage and the N4 Stage, this playlist has certainly got you covered!
The band on everybody’s lips right now is none other than Pale Waves, a delightfully talented four-piece from Manchester.